The Wiki leaks data dump (91,000 documents on the war in Afghanistan) inspired a deluge of rapid responses on Twitter. Here's a reading on the pulse:
Sheila Dennis knows where BP's deposed CEO is really headed:
US to hire Hayward to try operation Top Kill on Wiki Leaks
Glenn Greenwald has today's zinger:
If Julian Assange won the Nobel Peace Prize for 2010, it'd be more deserved than the one awarded last year.
The enigmatic pourmecoffee certainly speaks for more than one blogger we know:
If WikiLeaks got a hold of my email archive, would be disappointing -- thousands of messages that all say "sounds good."
Dave Portivo calculates the time it would have taken to get 91k documents through endless FOIA-ing:
Good job Wiki leaks, saved everyone else twenty years of requesting documents we were never going to get.
West Wing Report, meanwhile, breaks news on more important matters...
Is the President going to the Clinton wedding? Gibbs, as he was leaving the room: "No."
Ezra Klein preps us for some after work happy-hour trivia...
Fun fact: Skynet began as a liberal e-mail list serv.
And, yes, Dave, that's what we're here for:
Anybody got a link to a good summary of whats important about the info that Wiki Leaks got?
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